A New Valentine’s Day Beer: Enjoy By 02.14.17 by Stone Brewing
Looking for that perfect beer to have with your boo on Valentine’s Day? Stone Brewing has got what you need.
By The Beer Community on Feb. 13, 2017
Stone Brewing’s “Enjoy By” Series
Enjoy By 02.14.17 by Stone Brewing
Enjoy By 02.14.17 is a coffee and chocolate IPA that is made specifically for this up coming Valentine’s Day.
The Stone brewing team tested several batches of fruit and chocolate beers before finding the right blend of hops, chocolate and and coffee. The coffee is San Diego Sunrise, a blonde roast by Ryan Bros. Coffee. This particular roast is less on the roast and more on the chocolate flavor. The cocoa beans were carefully sourced from Belize, and shelled roasted and shelled by the team.
Here’s what Stone Brewing had to say about their Enjoy By 02.14.17:
“It’s not unusual to see pronouncements of “I Heart Hops,” “I Heart Chocolate” or “I Heart Coffee” throughout #socialmedia, printed on T-shirts and, natch, emblazoned on coffee cups. Over the past couple of decades we have helped add “I Freaking Heart IPAs” to that lexicon. Today, passionate people can’t imagine a world without all of the above. For this special edition, we added chocolate and coffee to make this devastatingly fresh IPA even more seductive to the palate. We humbly suggest that you use this libation to proclaim your love for someone… and we suggest that someone be you. Loving yourself is exactly what this libation is all about. Love now; remember forever.”
Enjoy by 02.14.17 will be available on draft and in 12 and 22 ounce bottles. For more information, check out Stone Brewing’s official website.
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